biparietal


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bi·pa·ri·e·tal

(bī'pa-rī'ĕ-tăl),
Relating to both parietal bones of the cranium.
[bi- + L. paries, wall]

biparietal

[bīpərī′ətəl]
Etymology: L, bis, twice, paries, wall
pertaining to the two parietal bones of the head, such as the biparietal diameter.

biparietal

adjective
(1) Pertaining to two walls or peripheral structures.
(2) Referring to both parietal bones of the skull.

bi·pa·ri·e·tal

(bī'păr-ī'ĕ-tăl)
Relating to both parietal bones, especially to the greatest diameter measured externally from one parietal bone to the other.
[bi- + L. paries, wall]

biparietal

Relating to both PARIETAL bones of the skull.

bi·pa·ri·e·tal

(bī'păr-ī'ĕ-tăl)
Relating to both parietal bones of the cranium.
[bi- + L. paries, wall]
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Comparison of ultrasonic measurement of biparietal diameter and last menstrual period as a predictor of day of delivery in women with regular 28 day-cycles.
Hence to measure the biparietal diameter, an appropriate image of the fetal head is to be obtained.
Compared with term infants, the preterm infants' mean bifrontal diameter was 13% smaller, their biparietal diameter was 14% smaller, and their transverse cerebellar diameter was 9% smaller.
Two sets of medians were computed based on gestational age derived from either last menstrual period or biparietal diameter ultrasound measurements: ultrasound median ITA = [10.
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We fitted mixed-effects models to estimate longitudinal growth curves for femur length (FL), head circumference (HC), abdominal circumference (AC), biparietal diameter (BPD), and estimated fetal weight (EFW).
Appropriate fetal growth was defined by the presence of ultrasonographic signs (when biparietal diameter and abdominal circumference were between the 10th and 90th percentiles) according to the normograms of Campbell and Thoms (6) and by postnatal confirmation of a birth weight between the 10th and 90th percentiles according to our population standards after correction for maternal height, weight, and parity and the sex of the newborns.
The ultrasound algorithms included fetal measurements of biparietal diameter, head circumference, abdominal circumference, and femur length in various combinations.
Our aim was to study, among nonsmoking women, the influence of personal exposure to benzene in the air, seen as a marker of traffic-related air pollution, on measures of fetal growth (birth weight, head circumference, biparietal diameter) assessed during pregnancy by ultrasonography and at birth.
Biparietal diameter and crown-rump length in fetuses with Down's syndrome: implications for antenatal serum screening for Down's syndrome.
They found that when abdominal diameter exceeded biparietal diameter by 2.
There was no significant association between chromosomal abnormalities and, chorioid plexus cysts, renal abnormalities other than pyelectasis, echogenic cardiac foci, a single umbilical artery, polyhydramnios, extremity abnormalities, short femurs, or an abnormal biparietal diameter to femur length ratio.